Monthly Archives: March 2017

2017 Goals: First Check-In

2017 Goals: First Check-In

I know I say this every single quarter, every single year, but I can’t believe it’s already the end of March. The first three months of 2017 have been a whirlwind as I’ve made big life decisions, set myself up […]

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First 2017 Creative Writing Goal Check-in!

First 2017 Creative Writing Goal Check-in!

It’s that time of year where I check in on the creative writing goals! I don’t totally remember what I set them as so seeing how I’m doing is going to be a surprise! You may recall, my goal was […]

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Ink Link Roundup

Ink Link Roundup

Here’s this week’s round of Ink Links! Elisa knows from experience that just the thought of trying to find exposure as a writer, let alone for one’s work, can be an anxiety inducing endeavor. Here are 4 ways to try […]

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Method Acting: Theatre Wisdom for Writers

Method Acting: Theatre Wisdom for Writers

I’ve never learned method acting. Oh, I’ve heard the term bandied about often enough, but no one ever explained what that really meant. Despite that, I’d like to think I’ve picked up a few things over the years. Over the weekend, […]

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“We are all dust” In Action

“We are all dust” In Action

For this post I am once again turning to a book I’ve been reading for a while now: The Making of a Story by Alice LaPlante. It’s very long, and I don’t devote enough time to it during the week, […]

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Writing and Forgiveness – New Mom Writer

Writing and Forgiveness – New Mom Writer

When I look back on my writing career, I have not been very forgiving. If I take too long to draft, if I get distracted, if life interferes, I am mad at myself. This is what I want–I couldn’t imagine […]

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